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TEPCO prepares to remove spent fuel rods

Tokyo Electric Power Company plans to start removing spent fuel rods from the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant this year. It will be the first major step in a decommissioning process that is expected to take 40 years.

The first step in that process involves the removal of 1,533 spent fuel rods stored in the pool in the reactor 4 building. There is more used fuel there than in any other reactor building at the plant.

It will be a delicate operation, made even more sensitive by the fact that the hydrogen explosion raised concerns about the earthquake resistance of the structure.
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Consent my a$$! It would be interesting to see what financial ties Abe has with the nuclear industry. Maybe Fuk Diary can look into it.
 Quoting: Fishy


I read in another article somewhere..

There are solid ties to Mitsubishi Heavy Industries..
The owners went to the same school.
Mitsubushi built the faulty steam condensers used at San Onofre.

Small world.
 Quoting: Waterbug


Thanks or the info. I live about 40 miles south of San Onofre. I hope that they don't restart the reactor.
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Japan sees its largest population drop ever recorded.



[link to enenews.com]
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Japan sees its largest population drop ever recorded.



[link to enenews.com]
 Quoting: Fishy


This was foreseen since Decades,
no (direct) relation to F:Shima!

Of course when you are living in a Emergency Housing Project
it is impossible to plan Children but there is no relation
that F;Shima killed some statistical Numbers!
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Great...
Now we have nuclear watchdog in secrecy agreement with nukesters...



Secrecy pact challenged at San Onofre
[link to www.nctimes.com]

[snip]

Edison and Friends of the Earth signed off on a protective order that restricts information deemed proprietary by Edison and its third-party vendors, contractors and consultants.

Contacted by phone, Lutz said there occasionally may be legitimate reasons for withholding specifications about the plant and its steam generators, including security-related matters. Proprietary concerns are essentially moot, he said, given the generators' apparent design flaws and the fact that Edison has hired the principal competitors to the manufacturer, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, to analyze its restart plan.

"I would like to have them at least list the documents that are being kept in confidentiality and say why," said Lutz, noting that he was removed from the docket distribution and access list after the judge's ruling. "The best approach is to be completely open. ... What they're doing is the exact opposite."
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Arnie was right... again.



Recent Reports Confirm New Failure Understanding At Fukushima
[link to www.simplyinfo.org]

[snip]

Hydrogen explosions:

Both JNES and TEPCO now cite the containment cap gaskets as the cause of hydrogen to flow into the refueling floor. JNES also assumes 1000kg of hydrogen leaked into the first floor of unit 3. The JNES model shows concentrations of hydrogen in a lower level closest to the outer wall and also in an asymmetrical fashion on the refueling floor. JNES assumes the device hatch to be the leakage point. TEPCO found the large concrete plug for this hatch to have been dislodged. They also later found highly radioactive water leaking out of that hatch.
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Still don't know....

[snip]

Corium Outflow:

JNES assumes at unit 1 corium (melted fuel) flowed out of the pedestal under the reactor vessel. Then the corium traveled out the pedestal across the drywell floor in a 130 degree fan. JNES shows this reaching the edge of the drywell floor. The smallish sump pits in the pedestal would have retained some of the corium causing larger holes to be burned in those locations that they do not think burned all the way through the containment basemat. They do not elaborate on where they think the corium went after it flowed out onto the drywell floor. Scope work by TEPCO did not find corium masses on the drywell floor at units 1 or 2. TEPCO cites in a recent document they are considering the idea that fuel fragments may be in the suppression chamber but JNES does not go far enough in their analysis to make this connection.
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Got tired of arguing about this..




Thorium, Not The Nuclear Savior Claimed
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The misinformation on thorium is highly promoted by the nuclear industry and various companies that want investment dollars for thorium reactors and fuel. This fairy tale being told about thorium is far from accurate and realistic. The problem becomes worse as uninformed people hear a brief propaganda piece on thorium and pass on that information without any research of their own.

One myth is that thorium is safe. Thorium-232 has a half life of 14 billion years (billions, not millions). Thorium-232 is also highly radiotoxic, with the same amount of radioactivity of uranium and thorium, thorium produces a far higher dose in the body. If someone inhaled an amount of thorium the bone surface dose is 200 times higher than if they inhaled the same amount of uranium. Thorium also requires longer spent fuel storage than uranium. With the daughter products of thorium like technetium-99 with a half life of over 200,000 years, thorium is not safe nor a solution to spent fuel storage issues.

Thorium is unable to produce energy on its own. Something thorium cheerleaders frequently fail to mention is that it needs a fissile material like uranium-235 or plutonium-239 to operate the reactor.
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Japan sees its largest population drop ever recorded.



[link to enenews.com]
 Quoting: Fishy


This was foreseen since Decades,
no (direct) relation to F:Shima!

Of course when you are living in a Emergency Housing Project
it is impossible to plan Children but there is no relation
that F;Shima killed some statistical Numbers!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30887249


Maybe so... but it stands to reason that anyone with
means and an ounce of sense would have gotten out
of Japan if they could; at least until they knew it was safe.

Did you not leave Japan, yourself..?
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repost from the UN and C.Busby.. thoughts?


It's life as we know it, but only just.
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Mountains of debris waiting to be disposed of

Less than 30 percent of debris generated by the 2011 tsunami disaster in the 3 hardest hit prefectures has been disposed.

The Environment Ministry estimates the total amount of debris and tsunami sediment to be disposed in the 3 prefectures is about 27.5 million tons. The ministry has set the end of March of next year as a target for completing disposal.

But as of the end of last November, the amount dealt with was only 24 percent in Iwate Prefecture, 31 percent in Miyagi and 12 percent in Fukushima.
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TEPCO launches Fukushima reconstruction office

Tokyo Electric Power Company has launched a Fukushima recovery headquarters to oversee damage claims and decontamination efforts related to the nuclear accident in March of 2011.

An opening ceremony was held at the office in Fukushima Prefecture on Friday. The office head, TEPCO Executive Vice President Yoshiyuki Ishizaki, and about 80 employees attended.
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If they manage to make something useful out of this it will be a top seller in nort-eastern Japan...

Japanese team creates cancer-killer T cells

Japanese researchers say they have succeeded in using iPS cell technology to make T cells, a white blood cell that plays a key role in fighting cancer.

The research raises hope that regenerated cells could potentially be used to treat cancer and AIDS.
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Contaminated soil might have been illegally dumped in Fukushima

Some Japanese contractors are suspected of having illegally dumped radioactively contaminated soil, vegetation and water into rivers or other places close to the tsunami-hit Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, the Environment Ministry said Friday.

The ministry has decided to summon senior officials of those contractors to the Fukushima Office for Environmental Restoration and question them about how they have managed contaminated materials.
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For Fishy..... and anyone who lives near San Onofre....

DAB Safety Team & Related Info
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Nuclear Fuel Fires PDF- 2.9MB
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There is a lot of waste transport happening.
This increases the risk of a contamination event..



600,000 pounds of radioactive waste removed from bankrupt plant
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Arnie was right... again.



Recent Reports Confirm New Failure Understanding At Fukushima
[link to www.simplyinfo.org]

[snip]

Hydrogen explosions:


 Quoting: Waterbug

This is from Unit 1.!
Unit 1. seems the most hardest Hit Reactor with the
greatest (100%?) Melt-Down!

But this (Tepco/ JNES) Theory works only when the Fuel do not left the
Containment Vessel, compare the Data with the Press Release
from 12.28.12 (Japanese only but it is physical Data only)

Japan sees its largest population drop ever recorded.



[link to enenews.com]
 Quoting: Fishy


This was foreseen since Decades,
no (direct) relation to F:Shima!

Of course when you are living in a Emergency Housing Project
it is impossible to plan Children but there is no relation
that F;Shima killed some statistical Numbers!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30887249


Maybe so... but it stands to reason that anyone with
means and an ounce of sense would have gotten out
of Japan if they could; at least until they knew it was safe.

Did you not leave Japan, yourself..?
 Quoting: Waterbug


Yes, i left Japan too, of course, because the Situation was
and still is dangerous!

When i was younger i experienced the Explosion of Chernobyl
and i still had and have a bit of knowledge about Nuclear
Reactors!

In the first Month after 03/11 more than 260.000 foreign People left Japan,
the majority was evacuated by the div. Governments!
[link to voices.yahoo.com]

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

In the first Week i expected all together 3 different Facilities in a Full Melt-Down (Tokai, F'Shima and Onagawa)
which is a much different Scenario than "just Daiichi"!

The Numbers of Japanese who left Japan is only marginal!
By my knowledge smaller than 35-30.000 People!

More than 85% of the Fly-Jin (Gai-jin who left) returned!

Here, this is from the last Afternoon:


PS: We can see Swallows,
why are they still here, why they are not in the South?
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Sad story, here. Much more at link..
Jury found in favor of plaintiff. Awarded damages.
Overturned on appeal.
Judge claimed jury misconduct.



Former Hicksville Nuclear Site Leaves Sick Employees Seeking Justice
[link to www.longislandpress.com]

[snip]




There’s a secret in Hicksville. It’s a secret that only a handful of residents of this suburban hamlet know all too well while way too many others haven’t a clue. A secret that has already cost one of the biggest communications companies in the world millions and may end up costing them much, much more. It’s a secret that no matter how tight a lid the security guards stationed there or the site’s owners, Verizon, try to keep on it, the truth is literally leaking out—bleeding into the soil, contaminating the air and poisoning Long Island’s precious groundwater supply.

It’s a revelation that Ronkonkoma resident Gerard Depascale, a father of three and recent grandfather, and his former coworker Liam Neville, of Bayside, Queens fought relentlessly to find out, a reality they live with every single moment of their lives, one the global communications giant is doing everything in its power to control. It’s an ongoing tragedy that a federal judge recently made even more tragic for the plaintiffs; a reality that will undoubtedly affect more families in the future.

This vacant 10.5-acre stretch of land, just north of those schools, separated by a chain-link fence from the public park and situated directly across the street from Nassau BOCES Career Preparatory High School, is a radioactive toxic waste site where nuclear elements and fuel rods were fabricated and processed during the nation’s early atomic energy program in the 1950s and 1960s.
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It seems that the ball is rolling to get accountability for these problems.
Let's hope it continues to gather momentum.. worldwide.



VT, other states criticize NRC handling of waste storage
[link to www.rutlandherald.com]

[snip]

In comments filed with the NRC Wednesday, Vermont said the NRC was not following a ruling last year by the District of Columbia federal circuit court that ordered the NRC to do a better job evaluating sites for the long– term storage of the radioactive waste.

Currently, there are 2,507 fuel assemblies stored on site at the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant in Vernon in its five-story spent fuel pool, with another 884 fuel assemblies in 13 concrete and steel casks outside the reactor building.

Sorrell said Thursday that the NRC was “taking the very long term storage way too lightly, and the D.C. circuit (court) agreed with us.”
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The NRC timeline is unacceptable.




24 Groups: NRC Rushing Nuclear “Waste Confidence” Process, Not Satisfying Court-Ordered Requirements

Incomplete Process Should Trigger Continued Suspension of All Reactor Licensing, Re-Licensing

[link to ieer.org]

[snip]

In their filings, the 24 groups said a full review of the three issues outlined in June 2012 by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit – long-term storage risks for spent nuclear fuel, spent fuel pool fire risks, and spent fuel pool leakage risks – would take at least the seven years originally projected by the NRC staff, and likely considerably longer. Current federal law requires that the NRC conduct a comprehensive environmental impact statement (EIS) study before issuing a revised Waste Confidence Decision; the 24 groups submitted their comments about the appropriate “scoping” of the EIS.

In the absence of an adequate EIS review, the NRC has “no choice but to continue to suspend all licensing and re-licensing actions” for U.S. nuclear reactors, according to the 24 organizations. All licensing and re-licensing actions were previously suspended by the NRC until an EIS and revised Waste Confidence Decision have been issued.

The 24 groups jointly filing the comments today with the NRC are the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability, Beyond Nuclear, Blue Ridge Environmental Defense League, Center for a Sustainable Coast, Citizens Allied for Safe Energy, Citizens Environmental Alliance, Don’t Waste Michigan, Ecology Party of Florida, Friends of the Earth, Georgia Women’s Action for New Directions, Hudson River Sloop Clearwater, Missouri Coalition for the Environment, New England Coalition, Nevada Nuclear Waste Task Force, NC WARN, Nuclear Information and Resource Service, Nuclear Watch South, Physicians for Social Responsibility, Public Citizen, Riverkeeper, San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace, SEED Coalition, Sierra Club Nuclear Free Campaign, and Southern Alliance for Clean Energy.

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If they manage to make something useful out of this it will be a top seller in nort-eastern Japan...

Japanese team creates cancer-killer T cells

Japanese researchers say they have succeeded in using iPS cell technology to make T cells, a white blood cell that plays a key role in fighting cancer.

The research raises hope that regenerated cells could potentially be used to treat cancer and AIDS.
[link to www3.nhk.or.jp]
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30558272


if wishes were horses... they diverge magnificently, and the sheeple folley, and folllow..........
It's life as we know it, but only just.
My Fukushima Site:
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“If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on it, I would use the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I knew the proper question, I could solve the problem in less than five minutes.”
- Albert Einstein
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Mountains of debris waiting to be disposed of

Less than 30 percent of debris generated by the 2011 tsunami disaster in the 3 hardest hit prefectures has been disposed.

The Environment Ministry estimates the total amount of debris and tsunami sediment to be disposed in the 3 prefectures is about 27.5 million tons. The ministry has set the end of March of next year as a target for completing disposal.

But as of the end of last November, the amount dealt with was only 24 percent in Iwate Prefecture, 31 percent in Miyagi and 12 percent in Fukushima.
[link to www3.nhk.or.jp]
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30558272


their pain will be felt in the lateral generation.... very sad.. but true mathmatically, and we know.. very, very sad....
It's life as we know it, but only just.
My Fukushima Site:
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“If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on it, I would use the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I knew the proper question, I could solve the problem in less than five minutes.”
- Albert Einstein
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TEPCO launches Fukushima reconstruction office

Tokyo Electric Power Company has launched a Fukushima recovery headquarters to oversee damage claims and decontamination efforts related to the nuclear accident in March of 2011.

An opening ceremony was held at the office in Fukushima Prefecture on Friday. The office head, TEPCO Executive Vice President Yoshiyuki Ishizaki, and about 80 employees attended.
[link to www3.nhk.or.jp]
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30558272


bells, and whistles and a dude named "roger" played the bugle..........
It's life as we know it, but only just.
My Fukushima Site:
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GLP's best Fuku thread: Thread: *** Fukushima *** and other nuclear-----updates and links
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“If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on it, I would use the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I knew the proper question, I could solve the problem in less than five minutes.”
- Albert Einstein
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It seems that the ball is rolling to get accountability for these problems.
Let's hope it continues to gather momentum.. worldwide.



VT, other states criticize NRC handling of waste storage
[link to www.rutlandherald.com]

[snip]

In comments filed with the NRC Wednesday, Vermont said the NRC was not following a ruling last year by the District of Columbia federal circuit court that ordered the NRC to do a better job evaluating sites for the long– term storage of the radioactive waste.

Currently, there are 2,507 fuel assemblies stored on site at the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant in Vernon in its five-story spent fuel pool, with another 884 fuel assemblies in 13 concrete and steel casks outside the reactor building.

Sorrell said Thursday that the NRC was “taking the very long term storage way too lightly, and the D.C. circuit (court) agreed with us.”
 Quoting: Waterbug


but, but................ the NRC are GOD LIKE.... 'they' did nothing wrong and nukes are 100% infaliable as always!... *cough...............
It's life as we know it, but only just.
My Fukushima Site:
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“If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on it, I would use the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I knew the proper question, I could solve the problem in less than five minutes.”
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Sad story, here. Much more at link..
Jury found in favor of plaintiff. Awarded damages.
Overturned on appeal.
Judge claimed jury misconduct.



Former Hicksville Nuclear Site Leaves Sick Employees Seeking Justice
[link to www.longislandpress.com]

[snip]




There’s a secret in Hicksville. It’s a secret that only a handful of residents of this suburban hamlet know all too well while way too many others haven’t a clue. A secret that has already cost one of the biggest communications companies in the world millions and may end up costing them much, much more. It’s a secret that no matter how tight a lid the security guards stationed there or the site’s owners, Verizon, try to keep on it, the truth is literally leaking out—bleeding into the soil, contaminating the air and poisoning Long Island’s precious groundwater supply.

It’s a revelation that Ronkonkoma resident Gerard Depascale, a father of three and recent grandfather, and his former coworker Liam Neville, of Bayside, Queens fought relentlessly to find out, a reality they live with every single moment of their lives, one the global communications giant is doing everything in its power to control. It’s an ongoing tragedy that a federal judge recently made even more tragic for the plaintiffs; a reality that will undoubtedly affect more families in the future.

This vacant 10.5-acre stretch of land, just north of those schools, separated by a chain-link fence from the public park and situated directly across the street from Nassau BOCES Career Preparatory High School, is a radioactive toxic waste site where nuclear elements and fuel rods were fabricated and processed during the nation’s early atomic energy program in the 1950s and 1960s.
 Quoting: Waterbug


that is both evil and preposterous.......

non-the-less, acceptable?
It's life as we know it, but only just.
My Fukushima Site:
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Sad story, here. Much more at link..
Jury found in favor of plaintiff. Awarded damages.
Overturned on appeal.
Judge claimed jury misconduct.



Former Hicksville Nuclear Site Leaves Sick Employees Seeking Justice
[link to www.longislandpress.com]

[snip]




There’s a secret in Hicksville.

 Quoting: Waterbug


that is both evil and preposterous.......

non-the-less, acceptable?
 Quoting: Citizenperth


Reminiscent of the sad story of the downwinders..
No justice for the little people.
Collateral damage.
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No solution to tainted water at Fukushima plant

Nearly 2 years have passed since a massive earthquake and tsunami damaged the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.

But since then, no drastic solution has yet been found to manage the plant's growing amounts of contaminated water.

Each day about 400 tons of underground water has been flowing into reactor buildings since a nuclear accident triggered by the disaster on March 11th, 2011. The water becomes contaminated with radioactive materials.

The tainted water needs to be safely managed after being rid of radioactive substances.

But the volume of the water is continuing to rise, increasing radiation levels at the plant. If it leaks outside, it could contaminate the environment.
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For Fishy..... and anyone who lives near San Onofre....

DAB Safety Team & Related Info
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 Quoting: Waterbug


Awesome find...thanks bug!

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We're dropping truth bombs like it's the end of days!